common-api-someip-test-app

Created: 2014-05-19 16:51
Updated: 2017-08-30 12:13
License: mpl-2.0
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README.md

DEPRECATED

This repo is kept for reference only, there is no further development planned.

Introduction

This package contains 2 CommonAPI based test applications:

  • An application implementing a service
  • An client application using a proxy to access the service. That client application cyclically sends some requests to the service and listens to notifications from that service.

Thanks to the distributed nature of Some/IP, those 2 applications don't have to run on the same machine.

Build

After getting into the folder containing the clone of the repository, you can build the package by executing the following commands:

$ mkdir build $ cd build $ cmake .. $ make install

Starting the examples

You first need to start the SomeIP dispacher using the following command (the "-c" parameter ensures that our service is not going to be automatically activated by the dispatcher since we want to activate it manually) : $ someip_dispatcher -c /tmp &

Then you can start the service implementation with the following command: $ common-api-test-service &

The service should now be running, which means any local or remote application could access it.

There are now 2 ways to deploy the client application:

  • On the same machine as the service implementation. In that case, a pure Inter-Process-Communication (IPC) is used.
  • On another machine. In that case, the TCP/IP protocol is used.

To start the test client application the same machine, simply execute the following command: $ common-api-test-client &

If you want to start the client application on another machine, you need to have a SomeIP dispatcher running on that machine, before you can actually start the client application: $ someip_dispatcher -c /tmp & $ common-api-test-client &

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